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Phil Edwards, Andy Blume and Daniel Olivares are back in the studio with this week’s look at all things Geek.
Web chaos mostly over after Amazon Web Services hit by power outage during Sydney storm [The Age]
Telstra’s ‘prolific inventor’ was no doctor [The Age]
ATO kills off e-Tax [News.com.au]
Labor to ‘deliver fibre-based broadband’, says Albanese [Computerworld Australia]
Wall Street loans Uber $1 billion to offer subprime auto leases [The Verge]
Tony Fadell Quits Nest After A Load Of Problems [Gizmodo Australia]
With Touch ID rumored for Apple’s new MacBook Pros, PC makers prep trackpad fingerprint readers [AppleInsider]
Microsoft’s drastic upgrade tactic pays off with boost to Windows 10 share [ARN]
WWDC 2016 rumor roundup: What to expect at Apple’s June 13 keynote [AppleInsider]
Apple iOS update fixes bricked iPad Pros [iTnews]
R.I.P. Muhammad Ali [Dark Horizons]
Labor commits to keeping community radio [CBAA]
DC confirms next year’s Justice League movie is indeed titled ‘Justice League’ [The Verge]
The writer of The Bourne Identity is reportedly working on Rogue One’s reshoots [The Verge]
Archer’s producers want Jon Hamm’s body—phrasing!—for a possible film [The A.V. Club]
9Now launches on Apple TV and introduces server side ad-insertion [Mediaweek]
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